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Founded in 1842, Carthage was the site of the first major land battle of the Civil War ...
Located 165 miles from Kansas City, the Lake of the Ozarks is one of the Midwest’s premier ...
Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge is part of the National Wildlife Refuge System, administered ...
St. Joseph has the look and feel of a town that played a key role in American history. ...
The land for the town of Parkville was purchased in 1840 by Colonel George S. Park, a ...
In Jamesport, the Amish community offers a glimpse of a bygone era. These people are part ...
One of the most famous robberies attributed to the notorious James Gang was the daylight ...
The small town of Smithville offers some shops and boutiques, but it is primarily known ...
A historic Civil War battlefield, one of the largest botanical gardens between Kansas ...
The growth of the Kansas City suburb of Blue Springs has been phenomenal. The high standard ...
Founded in 1827, Independence became known as the Queen City of the Trails, heading three ...
This eTrail was written for travelers along the Lewis and Clark Trail. Inside you'll ...
The Ozark Trail is Missouri’s version of the Appalachian Trail. As of 2013, many sections ...
Trail of the Four Winds is a hiking trail in Miller County, Missouri. It is within Lake ...
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